Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle
Despite the vastness of modern knowledge and science, man has not been able to reveal mysterious phenomena that continue to occur in many areas of the earth, surprising and questionable, although some cause disasters and kill thousands of victims.
Perhaps the strangest of these phenomena occurring in some parts of the earth (the Bermuda Triangle) killer and the sea of the devil near the coast of Japan both pose a threat to ships and aircraft that disappear without leaving an impact .. Despite the exaggeration sometimes in the story stories and stories about the (Bermuda Triangle) It is clear that the area of the Triangle is mentioned (extending from the island of Bermuda north to Florida to the south and then through the Bahamas away from Puerto Rico about 40 degrees / long before heading back towards Bermuda).
Despite all the hypotheses and possibilities developed by the scientists who studied the region, strange secrets are still unknown and far from logical interpretation and a cause for question and confusion ..
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle
What is the Bermuda Triangle phenomenon? And what are the latest scientific theories that explain the disappearance of ships and aircraft in it?
This is what we will try to answer by reviewing also the latest theory recently announced by the Russian scientist (Henrik Tlalayevsky).
In the Sargas Sea, hundreds of ships, boats, boats and cargo ships disappeared. The first record of the disappearance of the watch was in 1800 when a US ship with 340 sailors disappeared in January of that year.
The ships continued to disappear and some were not recorded in the records as well as hundreds of small boats, sailing vessels and fishing boats.
On the night of October 3, 1951, the Brazilian warship São Paulo disappeared quickly without any trace. The biggest incident of panic and panic among the US authorities is the disappearance of the Scorpion in 1968, and inside it 90 people.
"We are not sure where we are, we think our place is 225 miles north-west of the base, we may have passed Florida and we are over the Gulf of Mexico." The last of the tower was: "If what we see is white water, we have completely set it up." The Marines took off with a crew of thirteen to rescue the aircraft minutes before hearing the last calls of the flight crew. A message from Martin Maris: "There are strong winds at six thousand feet." That was the last word, as it disappeared The number of lost aircraft was reduced to five instead of five, and it was not possible to search for the lost aircraft by sending other planes because the darkness had been solved, although the Coast Guard vessels and boats had been active all night to search for the missing. 316 aircraft including 76 rescue aircraft to search for traces of the wreckage of the plane, and participated in the search of hundreds of private aircraft, adventurous boats, racing yachts, several submarines, eighteen US Navy boats, 380,000 miles in the Atlantic, the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and the islands near Florida , And hours increased Air about four thousand hours, and have not found anything, not even a small effect or floating stage.